Looking for 3D Spitfire

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  1. Holmes

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    Hello!

    I'm looking for the 3D model of spitfire (any type) f.e. in 3D Studio format.
    Anybody got that baby in digital?
     
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    I have these Holmes, not sure if they are what you are after.
     

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    Im lookin for 3D model to make some animations.
    BTW - that first pic is interesting! That 109 looks strange :) It has cooler below the nose??
     
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    Bo to jest hiszpański Buchon!
     
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    Powojenny remake Mesera?
    Wygląda jakby mu tam Merlina wsadzili.
     
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    Bo tak właśnie jest.
     
  7. Holmes

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    Zatem to te ptaszki latały w Battle of Britain! (o film chodzi).
    BTW, złośliwy rechot historii - połączenie płatowca Meśka z silinikiem Spita :)
     
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    Nawet bardzo złośliwy hehe (Ciekawe, kiedy nas zlinczują za gadanie tu po polsku :p )
     
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    That is because it is not a 109. It is actually a Spanish attempt to build off of the 109 that never really panned out. It is called the Hispano HA-1112 Buchon. Several of the aircraft have been painted to look like Bf-109E and used in Films like The Battle of Britain and Memphis Belle.
     
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    CC, toffidd explained that to me (polish posts above).
    I said that putting Spitfire's engine into the Me-109's airframe is a croak of history :)
     
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    Haha you pricks I understand everything. Rozumím všechno! :p
    Yeha, most of "Bf 109" are in fact the Spanish Buchons. You can recognize it by the wierd nose/chin shape.
     
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    What that most Bf-109s were Spanish Bucherons or that most today are Spanish Bucherons. There are quite a bit of Bf-109s today because they have been restored.
     
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